Now that 2016 is almost behind us I’ve compiled all the StoneGable recipes of 2016 in one virtual cookbook. This cookbook is filled with kitchen-tested, StoneGable approved dishes that are not only delicious ( I say that so often when I talk about my recipes… not bragging, just truth!) but are quite easy to make too. I only post my very favorite and most successful recipes on my blog so you are getting the best of the best from my kitchen!Make sure to add this post to your Pinterest board so you have all these recipes when you need them. I created this cookbook just for you! And to make it easy to find all of my 2016 recipes.
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I’m a guac fan! Especially when the avocado and the rest of the ingredients are super fresh. Do you make homemade guacamole? You really should try this recipe!
I had this yummy brisket for Christmas dinner! It’s a great slow cooker recipe when you have a crowd or need a company worthy meal and don’t want to fuss. It will only look and taste like you did!
We have rhubarb growing in our raised bed garden. It’s a delicious, tart vegetable that eats like a fruit. Rhubarb is the perfect pie filling, jam and sauce. I first had it at my paternal Grandmother’s farm in Missouri when I was a little girl. It’s tangy and has a strawberry kind-of flavor.
Easy peasy and so so fun to make and eat. Start with refrigerator pizza dough in a roll and see how it transforms into these sweet donut balls. I make this on Shrove Tuesday… the day before Lent.
One of my son’s favorite dishes. Shepherd’s pie is the ultimate comfort food… and a one dish meal! I’ll tell you a little secret… I hate peas! So if you are not a pea fan you can use any other hearty veggies like carrots or pearl onions.
If you want to gourmet it up, use ground lamb, round steak, cremini mushrooms or some red wine.
I think presentation counts! Elevate (pun intended) a simple cheese tray into something so so pretty!
Any time I serve french bread pizza I get rave reviews. This is such a universal favorite. Don’t tell anyone just how easy it is to make!
Coleslaw gets a bad rap. This colorful side dish is creamy and crunchy and so good!
My Nani’s rice is not your regular rice dish. My grandmother made this and I’m sure her mother did too. I would say if you try one thing in this post, this should be it!
Who doesn’t love a good clam chowder. “Nuff said!
I love a dish or dessert that has a WOW FACTOR. It is beautiful and totally amazing to eat. This pear tart has that special WOW FACTOR!
Here’s where delicious (yes, I know I say that word a lot) meets good-for-you. And you won’t believe how easy it is too. I have tons of containers of this soup in my freezer!
It does not need to be fall to enjoy Tortellini with Sausage and Pumpkin Parmesan Cream Sauce. It’s perfect any time of year… and company worthy too.
Oh, these are killer fish tacos! Filled with crunch and lots of fresh flavors. YUM-MMEEEE!
These bites are quick and easy and a must-try! Serve them with a good vanilla ice cream.
This gingersnap dough can be frozen in a roll and cut off to make homemade cookies whenever the urge strikes you. Gingersnap cookies are best eaten right out of the oven as soon as they cool.
Here’s another food that can be frozen and baked. I keep pizza roll ups on hand for appetizers or lunches.
My herb garden grow riotous! And I preserve the wonderful taste of summer to use all year long. I’ll show you how freeze most herbs to add fresh flavor to you dishes.
Another must0-try! If you are a pasta lover you’ve gotta try Tomato And Red Pepper Parmesan Cream Sauce.
There are a few tricks to make perfectly cooked salmon. Moist, flaky and filled with mild flavor. This recipe will yield you no fail salmon!
I think everyone should learn to make a frittata. It can be eaten for breakfast, lunch and dinner! I love frittatas because you can add refrigerator leftovers to eggs and get an amazing meal!
I tried for years to make a Rugelach cookie that was worth eating and posting. This is it!
I hope you will save this to your Food or Recipe Pinterest board. Then you can pull up this virtual cookbook when you want to make a StoneGable approved dish!
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